$50 / $100 payout. Has anyone actually set the bar here?

December 19, 2008 1:26pm CST
Hi all. I'm new to myLot and it is good to see that my earnings have started trickling in. The only thing is that I am surprised by how little the earnings seem to be. It may take me a while to reach $10 at this rate. Now, I have heard you can set the minimum earnings to $25, $50, or even $100. I am curious to know for those who have increased their minimum earnings how long it takes to attain those levels and get paid. Cheers.
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3 responses
@aakay4u (799)
• India
19 Dec 08
Hi I also thought the same way as you are thinking and after seeing my earnings for the first day had thought this is just one more site where it will take ages to reach a substantial payout.Later came back and started exploring the site more.You can make as much money you can here.First learn the nuances of the site yourself,the bring in referrals and guide them,so that they stay on site.Once you are addicted to site,only then you can pass on that addiction to your referral.you get 25% of your direct referrals earnings so its all in our hands.How well we can manage.But few people make the mistake of bringing in people and leaving them alone.Naturally many will run away.Happy Mylotting.
20 Dec 08
So it is managers who bring in referrals that can realistically make the $50/$100 level. I certainly will keep exploring the site. I appreciate the tips.
• United States
19 Dec 08
Yes, the rate is low in mylot, but I still enjoy posting here. If you don't have any referrals then your earning will be quite slow unless you post all day, but no one really has the time to do that. Good luck with your earnings and keep on posting!
19 Dec 08
Glad to know you enjoy posting on myLot. I am liking it too. Thank you for the advice.
@dawnald (84146)
• Shingle Springs, California
19 Dec 08
Not me, I make my $10 and a little bit more every month, and that's it.
19 Dec 08
Hi dawnald. Are you content with the minimum or are you making it a goal to get to the higher levels on a monthly or even bi-monthly basis?